After expressions of interest were advertised by the Central Goldfields Shire Council, three members have been appointed to the Energy Breakthrough Special Committee.
At last week’s ordinary council meeting, Windsor Main, Jeff Hoober and Jackson Barby were appointed to the Section 86 committee, which according to chief administrator
Noel Harvey, is the overarching governance committee which manages the event from a governance perspective.
According to the report tabled to council, the first expression of interest received was from Mr Main at Edlyn Foods who is interested in the one local business owner position.
“Windsor has had two daughters participate in the event and manages Edlyn Foods in town, so has a vested interest in ensuring the sustainability of the event,” the report states.
The second expression of interest was received for the position of local community member over 24 years of age who has been or is an Energy Breakthrough volunteer.
“This expression came from Jeff Hoober who has a long volunteer history with the Energy Break- through. Jeff was involved from the conception of the Energy Breakthrough and has helped in a volunteer capacity,” the report states.
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